A few days off and a few new pieces of modular gear paid off: there’s a few videos. Which aren’t that interesting to be honest.
I’m finally building a modular system. Let’s see what we can learn from my first report.Read more "Thoughts on a New Modular"
All things considered, the “Praeludium Nr. VIII” from Das Wohltemperierte Klavier is one of Bach’s most interesting things.
For that reason, here’s three different synth versions – which mostly vary with regard to engineering things.Read more "Bach Goes Different Synths and Signal Chains (not another analogue vs. digital debate)"
In Korg’s quest to become the one-stop-shop for all synth needs, the “Logue” series encompasses the analogue(-hybrid) keyboard synths. The Minilogue is a true four-voice analogue polysynth. Is this really a proper polysynth at a great price, or just another toy synth with four voices?Read more "Review: Korg Minilogue"
I did some research aka goofing around with Komplete, the Semimodulars, and the context of Cubase. This is the resultRead more "“Knödel die die Welt bedeuten” – Production Techniques"
This is it! With “groxis tafelbilder”, I have completed making all of my albums since the beginning of the radically improvised period – or since 2000 – available online. And it’s a beautiful remaster!Read more "groxis tafelbilder (Remaster) – Release Notification"
My 2001 album SAUBER! – Das Geheimnis der Geschwindigkeit has been released online. With my albums from the early 2000s, quality of the available sources from an audio-engineering perspective became an issue the farther I traveled back in time. For that reason, I enlisted the help of mastering engineer (and all-around strange music goofball) Martin […]Read more "SAUBER! – Das Geheimnis der Geschwindigkeit (Remaster) – Release Notification"